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on those kind of situations. in front of benny's donuts, okay, memory serves, along that area, it is a blank wall currently with the united states postal service immediately beyond. the placement of this location near the furnishing zone which is near the parking meters, okay, clears the sidewalk area, so that there should not be any disruption to pedestrian traffic, it is placed currently toward the end of the parking space, so that passengers coming in and out of is vehicle, it should not create an obstruction, this appears to be the best location for the area based on the siting requirements from the department and from the evaluation, it seems appropriate. >> thank you. >> and you've confirmed that it's within the 300 foot of their existing equipment? >> i cannot speak the that, only at&t can. >> then how do you know that this is the only appropriate site? >> i'm suggesting along 22nd. >> along there only. >> yes. and on irving, it would absolutely not be an appropriate location for these kinds of facilities. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> we can take public comment now, c
. an axelrod broke on the train and benny did not survive the crash. >> she concluded that this was god's judgment. that the loss of her son was god's punishment. >> the house was too much for her to take care of. i don't think she was interested in housekeeping particularly. she wasn't capable of taking care of a house. >> she was glad to leave the place. >> it was probably the unhappiest of all presidencies. >> evening and welcome to c- span's first lady influence and image. we learn about the final first ladies of the antebellum era. we meet jane pierce whose tenure in the white house was defined by overwhelming loss. by the time she and her husband arrive at executive mansion, they have lost all three of their young sons and she finds herself crippled by grief. we'll delve into jane pierce and to help us understand more about this first lady, meet our guest who is the author of a new biography of jane pierce called "jane means appleton pierce.? 1852. what are the issues that bring franklin pierce to the white house? >> the situation was dire at that time. everything was in turmoil.
son, bennie, which takes place as they travel to washington for the inauguration and just a few miles outside of town. this is andover, massachusetts. >> it was home to john and mary akin. mary was jane pierce's sister. they were very close friends throughout life. and mary was there for jane at all of her most important times in her life. jane ann franklin came to andover to visit the family them. came here with their son, bennie, to visit the cousins, mary and john had children and franklin and jane became very close and attached to those children after their son passed away. the family stayed at 48 central street which is referred to as the summer white house. it's called that because franklin pierce would come visit his wife in andover. jane would stay with her sister, mary, at 48 central street, and he would come visit them in the summers in particular. it was believed that the administrative staff stayed just across the road from them. jane and ann franklin were staying in andover because there had been a death in the sfeam. jane's uncle, amos lawrence had, died. so they went to
speaker, please. >> commissioners, my name is richard you, i'm a resident at chinatown, benny yee, [inaudible] for of years, it drum up some business for the chinatown shopping, and then he have -- benny yee have a very high reputation among our chinese all over san francisco, and when they come into the city matters, you know, planning, streets, other activities, he would give his advice, his wife, we respect it and most of the times, it is very useful, and i'm a retired postal worker, but i do not represent the post office. i have lots of guys working in the postal station on 22nd avenue and, you know, the postal worker always have to bring that, you know, mail, that delayed package, so i hope you will place whatever it is from the at&t elsewhere, do not block the people going in and out of the post office. thank you. >> thank you. >> is there any other public comment? please step forward. >> good evening. my name is thai ho, i'm the donut owner and i'm [inaudible] almost every day, and it's very hard to open the side door because the big box over there and i see it as a lot of
and benny did not survive the crash. >> she concluded that this was god's judgment. that the loss of her son was god's punishment. >> the house was too much for her to take care of. i don't think she was interested in housekeeping particularly. she wasn't capable of taking care of a house. >> she was glad to leave the place. >> it was probably the unhappiest of all presidencies. >> evening and welcome to c- span's first lady influence and image. we learn about the final first ladies of the antebellum era. we meet jane pierce whose tenure in the white house was defined by overwhelming loss. by the time she and her husband arrive at executive mansion, they have lost all three of their young sons and she finds herself crippled by grief. we'll delve into jane pierce and to help us understand more about this first lady, meet our guest who is the author of a new biography of jane pierce called "jane means appleton pierce. 1852. what are the issues that bring franklin pierce to the white house? >> the situation was dire at that time. everything was in turmoil. there were problems between the north
program and where there is a gap, where people are struggling, you have benny hang with his wife to contribute to great hospitals, special programs and help me in education. this is what kilroy and benny hop do to be great leaders in our city. it's fun for all the right reasons. look at building, you see engineering suggesting that they can building a lead platinum building in the center of our town and continue as i go to other countries, i can brag about, not necessarily the 27 cranes that are up because some of the other countries have more cranes that we do. but we can brag about them. that they are the state of the art. they are going to be the greenest building here and that's going to continue our leadership in providing the greatest greenest buildings. it's the highest standard that you can get and to have everybody focused on that, i think the employers will find this to be a wonderful welcome. i'm celebrating this not only for the jobs, not just economics but the quality of lie -- life we all want to have in this city. now i want to support this. i'm excited that we se
and findings. thank you. >> thank you. moving on then to item 5, appeal number 13-019, benny yee versus the department of public work, bureau of street use and mapping, property is multiple locations along 22nd avenue and irving street protesting the issuance on february 12, 2013 to sbc pacific bell engineering, utility excavation permit. permit number 13exc-0820 for hearing today. we will start with the appellant's agent, you have 7 minutes. >> thank you, my name is george lea, i represent benny yee, mr. yee is a small business owner and one of the owners of the affected properties. he is a well known community leader, a member of the sunset outer merchant's association and has served on the san francisco redevelopment agency in the city and county for 13 years. there are two issue that is are raised in the appeal, one is one of notice and one is one of -- as to the merits of the matter on the placement of this surface mounted facility or smf and one is tempted to think of the notice issue as simply procedural, but we would urge that it is more than procedural, it is substantive becaus
was drake and benny's boss. >> they may have a different view god bless them. this is america have a different view. i think it made america safe during a feperiod of great dange were. >> he says benny and drake were wrong, uninformed when they said the program was illegal. congress which in 2008 explicitly legalized much of the surveillance going on and president obama who recently reauthorized the law agreed. that makes drake as worried as ever. he believers president obama has used that power even more aggressively than the man democrats accused of shredding the constitution, george w. bush. >> i have had private conversations with people who used to work in the bush administration the reaction is whoa we wouldn't have gotten away with half of what the obama administration is doing. >> the regime has expanded. >> far less transparent than the bush administration? >> yes. >> that's another reason why pen benny and drake have been critics of the data certainty. >> the question is what are they doing with it, what are the controls, what are the over sites? >> one man hopes to answe
here for the weekend, but we decided to go to bennys for lunch and i got a call when they were about to c it was a 408 area code. i didn't kho it was. i usually know the area codes. i was surprised, you know, when i got the call. but, i mean, i was, man, it's such a great feeling and, you know, everybody just started screaming and yelling. it was a great time. >>> goes to shou good things happen at benny hanas. a's hosting the orioles. bottom three. josh donaldson back up the middle. off the mound. seth smith scores. donaldson 4 for 4 with two rbis. 2-1 a's. top of eighth, a's down. nate mccloud. the a's come up short 7-3. >>> sharks wrapping up the regular season schedule with the kings tonight and the giants are in san diego. crawford with an early three-run home run to make it 3-0 giants. highlights of both games tonight at 11:00. terry and diane, that's it for sports. let's go back to you. >> dave, do you have an advertising contract on the side with benny hana? i'm curious. >> me mening t at least worth two free mooeals. if they're free, i'll take you for one. >> sound great. >
, representatives bennie thompson, marsha blackburn, debbie wasserman schultz and jason chaffetz. plus, kicking back after a rough couple of weeks, the president headlines the white house correspondents' dinner. >> i've got 99 problems and now jay-z's one. >>> i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." first, we want to go to the latest on the boston bombings investigation. a u.s. official says russia wiretapped a 2011 conversation between the mother of one of the accused boston bombers and someone who may have been one of her sons discussing jihad. russia turned over the information to the fbi within the last few days. meantime, the fbi has wrapped up its search of a landfill near boston. investigators were looking for a laptop supposedly used by bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev. it is believed the computer could hold information about the planning of the attack. the obama administration is defending the decision to inform the surviving suspect of his miranda rights. attorney general eric holder spoke with cnn last night. >> the decision to mirandize is one that the magistrate made and wa
. >> i was out on my bike today with my good buddy benny and we would hear these yells from other bike riders saying, i thought you said it was going to be sunny today. others said i thought you said it was going to be rainy. [ laughter ] >>> today's highs were not far off of their mark. when you welcome at that 67 degrees in livermore and san jose, that's pretty much where we should be this time of the year, but the winds did increase during the daytime hours. a little bit of precipitation being noticed now backing through the bay moving due east. this is very light precipitation. the heaviest rainfall is from crescent city through the mown shasta area. this has been the scenario and i had to recheck it, and it is spot on. overnight tonight with mostly cloudy skies and a veil of fog along the immediate seashore, the winds are finally dialing back. tomorrow morning sunrise at 6:48, not going to see it, mostly cloudy conditions. we will have sun, cloud intervals. the seven day forecast calling for sunny skies. watch here, the bands of rain along california. the jet stream is further sou
benny, i know he's a personal friend of yours, i wish i knew mr. fisher better as well but we are going to enjoy this wonderful collection and so thank you for the modern art and bob for all your leadership for doing this. this would not have happened without that occurring. it is a win win for the city. this station, supervisor kim has just arrived. i want to please welcome her up. we have been doing a lot of openings in your district, supervisor. we just did another one at the entrance transbay center. it's a gold standard, lead gold, i want to thank webcor for their leadership in getting this built and making a smooth transition. i want to thank the fire fighters because it's really the home of the alley cats and they are proud of it and they are proud of the family that they have built here because this is one of the busiest fire stations, firehouse 1, will get those calls, you know that. in fact don't be surprised if a call is made even during a time we are here because there is so much activity going on. but we know they are in a safer place a better performing aspect place, more
. he moved to new york city in 1948, where benny goodman hire him and he became very famous in new york at the time and he died in new york in 2001. one of the pieces of my ticket to ride is how many cubans of irish ancestry are there. because this connected to my family, that's why i wanted to read it to you. in the 40's, my father moved to new york in search of his destiny. he learned to make brillantine in red, blue and golden colors to give a beautiful sheen to the hair. in his spare time, when he could break free from his alchemist's captive vit, he would go listen to cuban music at the park plaza hotel in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories of the 40's that chico and my father met at club cuba in manhattan and again in havana in the mid-50's. the sessions of chico's house in our neighborhood became so famous that even my father, not particularly fond of cuban jazz, c
an unknown grave, unknown person. >> reporter: benny martinez is the chief deputy of brooks county, texas, 75 miles north of the border. last year officials there found the corpses of 129 immigrants who died after crossing the border. martinez fears immigration reform will spark even more illegal border crossings. >> it has to -- it just makes sense. it will increase the volume of people coming across. >> reporter: elsewhere in southern arizona, nbc news hid motion sensitive cameras and recorded these images of drug smugglers crossing private land. it is a concern for this arizona rancher and mother, who would only speak with her face hidden and who says smugglers routinely cross her land. she argues immigration reform cannot begin without first securing the border. >> i would say that's definitely not secure. at all. and until you can stop that, really any talks about anything else is just a waste of time. >> reporter: but another view is that a comprehensive immigration agreement could actually help secure the border, by reducing the undocumented immigrant flow. >> they're crossing the nort
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